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Who else selected the incorrect rook for the first move ?
this is my 2nd time on this websight and how in the world how to do the puzzel. I KNOW THIS IS A COOL WEBSIGHT! but how does the puzzel work?
first two moves...
1st: move rook on h8 to h6
2nd: move queen to g8 i dont know the rest but i will work on it.....
4th: i dont know i will keep posting though!!!
me, I did
The force is strong with this one.
very nice puzzle
No hay otra forma de dar el mate en 3 movimientos, sin que las negras puedan defenderse.
i wish they could make it so both rook moves work D:
I did too
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